I do know how to code (in Python + a few other langs) but strongly dislike the:
- point-and-click nature of Spreadsheets - becomes a burden definitely during setup (can be solved via templates but then see #2)
- the difficulty in “diffing” and version control of Spreadsheets
I really like the “code view” in grist and am wondering if it’s possible to create widgets/cards/graphs in grist from code, allowing me to skip the point-and-click atleast during setup?
This would get me the benefits of templates but with the added ability to “diff” and version control of these templates.
The idea is that I write the code to setup these widgets/cards/graphs and then non-technical people use/extend them and I continue to check them into the code repo, allowing all of us to enjoy “diff” and version control of these spreadsheets
Is this a usecase that grist supports?